Mar, 15 2012

If you don’t know what this Android Overload thing is all about, this is the place where we stash all the news stories that made it past out desks — and didn’t get featured on our front page — from throughout our day. You can always come here when you want to find a few hidden gems, or you simply need a little extra Android news in your life. Dig in.

  • LG Optimus V on Virgin Mobile receives and update. [VirginMobile]
  • Barnes & Noble begins in-store program to enable 8GB of internal storage for Nook Tablets. [Cnet]
  • Consumer vs. AT&T lawsuit gets even more dramatic. [GigaOM]
  • Cricket/Leap Wireless sign 5-year deal with Clearwire for 4G LTE rollout. [Engadget]
  • Sprint Kyocera Milano receives bug fixing update to software version 1.006sp [SprintCommunity]
  • Google search gets a refresh. [WSJ]
  • Google Offers gets 11 new partners and expands to 4 new cities. [GoogleCommerce]
  • ST-Ericsson could be purchased by Nvidia AMD, Intel or others. [Electronista]
  • The Samsung SCH-R940 has passed through the FCC on its way to becoming a Metro PCS exclusive. [Androinica]
  • A new LTE-enabled handset from LG with model number P936 has also found its way through the FCC. [Ameblo.jp]